“… we landed on the moon on the edge of a crater — there were FOUR cigar-shaped vehicles that were parked side-by-side near this crater. … the E. T.s spoke to them telepathically and he told him that when we learn everything about frequencies, electricity and magnetism, then we’ll learn how to power their craft. …there was so much structure on the moon that they could not take a lot of pictures and that the pictures they did take, NASA painted over some structures so people couldn’t see the structures on the moon.”
— Buzz Aldrin said to Robert from Ohio, 1971, Edwards AFB Officer’s Club, California
“I won’t deny anything that Buzz Aldrin told you or what you saw underground, but you’ve got to remember one thing — If you talk about these things to people, these things will just confuse them and people aren’t prepared for this.”
— Henry Alfred Kissinger, National Security Advisor and U. S.
Secretary of State for President Richard Nixon, said to Robert from Ohio in 1971
“She (black Angus cow) died in a position she couldn't have gotten into by herself. I don't have any kind of logical explanation for it.”
— David Hunt, Owner, Hunt Ranch, July 23, 2020, Fossil, Oregon
“Iwas struck by the strangeness of seeing the lone sleeping? or dead? calf with sheep in the background and it occurred to me that the calf might have been dropped from above on to the grassy pasture.”
— Albert Tyas, discovered and photographed mutilated male calf on July 5, 2020, in Todmorden, England
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“I just find it fascinating because you cannot really explain how they happen. It is just a moment where you have something you can’t explain when these days everything always has to be explained, it’s a thing that pushes the limits of this ‘explainer model’ that we have.”
— Rainer Bartesch, German visitor to Bavarian 8-fold crop formation between Ammersee (South End), Vorderfischen and Paehl, Germany, southwest of Munich Click for report.
“It’s a very small target. It’s equivalent to an archer hitting a two-millimeter target, one kilometer away. So this is not for the faint of heart.”
— Pete Withnell, Ph.D., Manager of the U.A.E. Mars mission and Program Manager, of the University of Colorado’s Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP), Louisville, Colorado.Click for report.
“The roar was also like coming down in circles of about 1-2 km diameter, as if a huge airplane or jet was circling above our heads for 6 to 8 minutes (and then another 6 to 8 minutes with a 5 minute break in between), but compared to airplane noise we know, this was 100 times louder.”